At the tender age of just 13 years, Kyle Eastwood shared the bill with his legendary father in “Honkytonk Man”, the story of a musician in the twilight of his life, on route to Nashville. Fast-forward to the present and Kyle Eastwood has also distinguished himself as a highly accomplished musician and renowned jazzman, with several albums and sell-out tours to his credit.
“Eastwood Symphonic” is a son’s homage to his father, an actor, a director and a musician. This symphonic road movie, created by Gast Waltzing, Kyle Eastwood and his Quintet, will join forces with the renowned Stavanger Symphony Orchestra to offer a rich and original interpretation of the melodies of Clint Eastwood’s films.
The soundtracks of around a dozen movies dating from 1964 to 2008 will follow one another just like film sequences, and will feature such all-time greats as “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly”, “Dirty Harry”, “Flags of Our Fathers” and “Gran Torino”, to name but a few…
This highly-anticipated performance is one not be missed and is expected to be a complete sell-out. Members of the public are advised to purchase their tickets early to avoid disappointment
Kyle Eastwood — bass , Andrew McCormack – piano, Chris Higginbottom – drums, Quentin Collins – trumpet and flugelhorn, Brandon Allen – saxophones
Stavanger Symphony Orchesta conducted by Gast Waltzin